Musso Plumbing & Heating Inc


Musso Plumbing & Heating Inc
Musso Plumbing & Heating Inc is listed in the Plumbers category in Williamsville, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Musso Plumbing & Heating Inc which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page and a Yelp review page. The activity and popularity of Musso Plumbing & Heating Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 83.

Musso Plumbing & Heating Inc offers Plumbing services in Williamsville NY.

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Musso Plumbing & Heating, Inc shared Town of Amherst Emergency Services's post.
Please be aware of this issue! Practice safety if your home was impacted by the water main break. Also when the water come back on you may need to remove the aerators from your faucets to remove any debris broken loose when the water was restored. We can help with any problems related to the water outage.
Health Advisory! From Erie County! Again, PLEASE do not call 911 to ask if you should be boiling your water. The phone lines need to be free for people that have live safety issues.

Your vacation, flooded out. Just a bad day...

Happy Mothers Day!

Musso Plumbing & Heating, Inc added 3 new photos.
We just finished replacing a grease trap at a Target. Yep, its gross, but necessary to keep the sewers from becoming plugged.

If your pipes are frozen or water is running slow please do the following: 1. Open door to rooms with water lines running through them. Open doors to cabinets. 2. Turn up heat. If you know a specific room is frozen get an electric heater and heat room. Slow gentle heat will thaw lines better than strong. 3. If any water runs in house start faucet running, not trickling. This will keep your water running from the city or well. Turn faucet on so that when thaws water starts moving. 4. Keep water lines running until middle of next week. Remember it takes time for cold to travel. 5. Get the problem fixed. Move lines to inner walls, install insulation.